It can vary quite a bit depending on what grade and the PPGS grading (60% to 100%). All 4 grades were made with no rib, solid rib, and vented rib (each being more valuable repectively). So the range is Grade 1 60% @ $250, to grade 4 vented rib 100% @ $4900. Hope this helps. You need to find your grade & PPGS grading and then check a "Gun Values" book to be accurate.
Without anymore information; 100-10000 USD
If that is the complete serial number, it was made in 1935. Value is $350-$650.
lets start with the fact that your Browning auto-5 shotgun was made in the year 1935.That being said,I can say that your shotgun will range in price from 375-550 dollars depending on overall condition,and a good bore.You do not say what condition the shotgun is in relation to the amount of original finish remaining.That is where the value lies.
50-100 or so
With the serial number that you provided,your Browning 16 gauge auto-5 shotgun was produced in the year 1935.
If your question pertains to a Browning auto-5 model shotgun,then the serial number indicates that it was made in the year 1935.
Browning made the first sucessful semi auto shotgun over 100 years ago, along with semi auto rifles (BAR from WW 1) pistols (Browning Hi Power from 1935) and machine guns (.50 caliber Browning)
Whatsthe value on 1935 A 1935 D, silver dollar certificates..? good condition.
I can say that john brownings last design was produced in 1935 for the first time.
54.350.869 coins were struck in 1935. Value : about 5 dollars.
$7000 ish well that is what I heard online
This is a 12ga, it was made in 1935.
1935.Make that 1930.
Shotgun Pass - 1931 was released on: USA: 1 November 1931 Portugal: 8 November 1935
No Buffalo nickels have silver regardless of date,but the value of a 1935 in average condition is 25 cents
with the serial number that you provided,your Winchester model 12 shotgun was produced in the year 1935.
You'll have to be more specific.
your Winchester model 12 shotgun was produced in 1935.
your browning sweet sixteen was made in 1935.
The value of $1 in 1935 was worth the equivalent of about $17.40 today. The increase is accounted for by inflation and other economic pressures.
1935 wheat cents are common, most are 3 to 10 cents.